|Ernst Lissauer Collection 1896-1960 - Lissauer, Ernst, 1882-1937|
[Art and Objects Collection] Iron Cross
Keywords: Heuss, Theodor 1884-1963; Meyer, Heinrich 1869-1945; Diaries; Jewish authors; Poetry
|Ludwig Philippson Family Collection 1810-1989 - Philippson, Ludwig|
The family papers were collected by Eva Philippson, a granddaughter of rabbi Ludwig Philippson. Many of the folders on individual family members contain biographical sketches written by her composed of information taken from Alfred Philippson's memoirs. Several written works will be found in this collection. Among Ludwig Philippson's items are his handwritten "Wörterbuch zu Jesais" as well as several poems, some of which were written for family members such as his brother Phöbus and a grandchi...
Keywords: Philippson, Ludwig, 1811-1889; Philippson, Alfred, 1864-1953; Philippson, Phoebus, 1807-1870; Philippson, Moritz, 1833-1877; Philippson, Paula, 1874-1949; Philippson, Eva, 1899-1963; Philippson, Julie (nee Wolffstein), 1815-1843; Philippson, Mathilde (nee Hirsch), 1822-1891; Diaries; Domestics; Education, Higher; Genealogy; Jewish press; Women; Reform Judaism; Vital statistics
|Richard Wharton papers, 1863-1906 - Wharton, Richard, b. 1843|
A diary, letters, and other writings. The diary, apparently composed during 1863 and 1864, discusses Richard Wharton's service in the Confederate Army with the 154th Tennessee Senior Infantry Regiment under John Bell Hood in defense of Atlanta. Also included are a love letter, 1864; letters, 1889 and 1901, relating to family affairs; letters, 1905-1906, to Wharton from W. S. Ray, also of the 154th Tennessee, discussing the fates of several of their former comrades and the death of Wharton's brot...
Keywords: Hood, John Bell, 1831-1879; Hurst, Fielding, b. 1818; Wharton family; Wharton, Richard, b. 1843; Confederate States of America. Army. Tennessee Senior Infantry Regiment, 154th; Confederate States of America. Army; Diaries (Blank-books); Family -- Tennessee Social life and customs; Perryville, Battle of, Perryville, Ky., 1862; Soldiers -- Confederate States of America; Tennessee -- History Civil War, 1861-1865; United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865 Personal narratives, Confederate
|John Kennedy Street papers, 1858-1899 - Street, John Kennedy, 1837-1914|
Chiefly letters from John Kennedy Street to his wife, Melinda Pace Street (1839-1899), describing marches, camp life, picket duty, sickness, hospitals, bushwhackers, religious revivals, and the formation of a Young Men's Christian Association in his brigade. He also wrote of his battlefield experiences at Shiloh, Perryville, and Murfreesboro, and of the fall of Vicksburg and skirmishing around Jackson, Miss., that took place at the same time...
Keywords: Street, John Kennedy, 1837-1914; Street, Melinda Pace, 1837?-1899; Wallace, Elizabeth Kennedy Street, 1862-1912; Confederate States of America. Army; Confederate States of America. Army; Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Cavalry Regiment, 14th; Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Infantry Regiment, 9th; Diaries (Blank-books); Revivals -- Confederate States of America; Shiloh, Battle of, Tenn., 1862; Soldiers -- Confederate States of America; Soldiers -- Confederate States of America; Mississippi -- History Civil War, 1861-1865; Murfreesboro (Tenn.) -- History; Tennessee -- History Civil War, 1861-1865; United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865 Maps; United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865 Prisoners and prisons; Vicksburg (Miss.) -- History Siege, 1863; Vicksburg (Miss.) -- Maps